In case you missed some of this week’s articles, here is a wrapup of everything we blogged about.
I bet that it’s going to be version 3.0.1 as I think it’s still a little early for Apple to release version 3.1. But hey, I might be totally way off.
As I predicted this morning, Apple didn’t realease a 3.1 but a 3.0.1 update to the iPhone OS. The firmware update is supposed to fix the SMS vulnerability that we talked about earlier this week.
The Dev Team posted an official update on their blog about the 3.0.1 jailbreak and unlock. I guess the aim of this post is to clarify a little bit on what to do and how it works.
The Dev Team reported that it is safe to update your iPhone to OS 3.0.1. After updating your iPhone to the latest 3.0.1 firmware, you can run the latest version of RedSn0w and point it to firmware 3.0.
A rant about how Apple is handling the App Store approval process. What really annoys me is that people don’t seem to care much and just deal with it. If it was Microsoft doing the same thing, people would be ranting all over the web. But it’s Apple, the great innovative, customer oriented company so that makes it ok… To me it doesn’t!
Apple has argued in a filing with the US Copyright Office that iPhone owners who jailbreak their iPhones and change the ECID can very well be drug dealers.
It seems that the Cydia Store is doing well as Jay Freeman aka Saurik, the creator of Cydia, reports that “the Cydia Store has had about 53,000 purchases for a grand total of about $210,000 spent“.
A little over a month after the launch of the iPhone 3GS, Apple unveiled a newer model called the iPhone 3GI. The “I” stands for Invisible, as it is only visible to Apple’s most loyal customers.
You can call AT&T at 611 and talk to a representative. Tell them you would like to try AT&T Navigator and ask them if they would mind giving you a free trial.
If you receive a strange looking SMS on your iPhone this Thursday, you’d better turn it off right away as it might enable hackers to infect your iPhone and take control of it